Streptomyces competition and co-evolution in relation to plant disease suppression.

@article{Kinkel2012StreptomycesCA,
  title={Streptomyces competition and co-evolution in relation to plant disease suppression.},
  author={Linda L. Kinkel and Daniel C. Schlatter and Matthew G. Bakker and Brett E. Arenz},
  journal={Research in microbiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={163 8},
  pages={490-9}
}
High densities of antagonistic Streptomyces are associated with plant disease suppression in many soils. Here we review use of inoculation and organic matter amendments for enriching antagonistic Streptomyces populations to reduce plant disease and note that effective and consistent disease suppression in response to management has been elusive. We argue that shifting the focus of research from short-term disease suppression to the population ecology and evolutionary biology of antagonistic… CONTINUE READING
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